SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON INTELLIGENCE

Andrew Liaropoulos
(Analyst- Callaghan Centre for the Study of Conflict,
University of Wales, Swansea, UK)

Ioannis Konstantopoulos
(Ph.D Cand-Department of International
and European Studies, Panteion University, Greece)

Copyright: Research Institute for European
and American Studies (RIEAS)- www.rieas.gr

General Reading
· Bamford, James, Body of Secrets. How America’s NSA and the Britain’s GCHQ Eavesdrop on the World (London: Arrow Books 2002).
· Bennett, Richard, Espionage. Spies & Secrets (London: Virgin Books 2002).
· Betts, Richard and Thomas Mahnken (eds), Paradoxes of Strategic Intelligence (London: Frank Cass, 2003).
· Betts, Richard, ‘Intelligence Warning: Old Problems, New Agendas’ Parameters (Spring 1998), pp.26-35.
· Davies, Philip, MI6 and the Machinery of Spying (London: Frank Cass, 2004).
· Ferris, John, Intelligence and Strategy. Selected Essays (London: Routlegde, 2005).
· Herman, Michael, Intelligence. Power in Peace and War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).
· Heuer, Richards J. Jr, ‘Limits of Intelligence Analysis’, Orbis, 49, 1 (2004), pp.75-94.
· Hughes, Wilson John, Military Intelligence Blunders (London: Robinson, 1999).
· Johnson, Loch, ‘Bricks and Mortar for a theory of Intelligence’, Comparative Strategy, 22, (2003), pp.1-28.
· Johnson, Loch, ‘Preface to a theory of Strategic Intelligence’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 16, 1 (2003), pp.638-663.
· Kahn, David, The Code Breakers. The Comprehensive History of Secret Communication from Ancient Times to the Internet (New York: Scribner, 1996).
· Laqueur, Walter, The Uses and Limits of Intelligence (New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers, 1995).
· Levite, Ariel, Intelligence and Strategic Surprise (New York: Columbia University Press, 1987).
· Marrin, Stephen, ‘Preventing Intelligence Failures by learning from the Past’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 17, 4 (2004), pp.655-672.
· Richelson, Jeffrey, A Century of Spies. Intelligence in the 20th Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995).
· Scott, Len and Peter Jackson, ‘The study of Intelligence in theory and practice’, Intelligence and National Security, 19, 2 (2004), pp.139-169.
· Shukman, Harold (ed.), Agents for a Change (London: St’ Ermins Press, 2000).
· Shulsky, Abram and Gary Schmitt, Silent Warfare. Understanding the World of Intelligence (Washington DC: Brassey’s Inc, 2002).
· Volkman, Ernest, Espionage. The Greatest Spy Operations of the 20th Century (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1995).

Intelligence and the Cold War
· Aldrich, Richard, The Hidden Hand. Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence (London: John Murray, 2001).
· Andrew, Christopher and Oleg Gordievsky, KGB. The Inside Story of its Foreign Operations from Lenin to Gorbachev (London: Hodder & Stoughton 1990).
· Andrew, Christopher, For the President’s Eyes Only. Secret Intelligence and the American Presidency from Washington to Bush (London: Harper Collins Publishers, 1996).
· Bukharin, Oleg, ‘US Atomic Energy Intelligence against the Soviet target, 1945-70’, Intelligence and National Security, 19, 4 (2004), pp.655-679.
· Gordon, Thomas, Gideon’s Spies. The Secret History of the Mossad (London: Pan Books, 2000).
· Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri, The CIA and American Democracy (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003).
· Parrish, Michael, ‘Soviet Espionage and the Cold War’, Diplomatic History, 25, 1 (2001), pp.105-120.
· Raviv, Dan and Yossi Melman, Every Spy a Prince. The Complete History of Israel’s Intelligence Community (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1990).
· Smith, Michael, The Spying Game. The Secret History of British Espionage (London: Politico’s Publishing, 2003).
· Willard, Matthias C., America’s Strategic Blunders. Intelligence Analysis and National Security Policy, 1936-1991 (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001).

Intelligence in the post Cold-War Era
· Berkowitz, Bruce and Alan Goodman, Best Truth. Intelligence in the Information Age (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000).
· Berkowitz, Bruce, ‘Better ways to fix US Intelligence’, Orbis, (Fall 2001), pp.609-619.
· Berkowitz, Bruce, ‘The DI and IT. Failing to keep up with the Information Revolution’, CIA Studies in Intelligence, 47, 1, (2003).
· Berkowitz, Peter (ed.), The Future of American Intelligence (Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 2005).
· Betts, Richard, ‘Fixing Intelligence’, Foreign Affairs, (January/February 2002).
· Caroll, Thomas Patrick, ‘The Case against Intelligence Openness’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 14, 4 (2001), pp.559-574.
· Castagna, Michael, ‘Virtual Intelligence: Reengineering Doctrine for the Information Age’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 10, 2 (1997), pp.180-95.
· Cullather, Nick, ‘Bombing at the speed of thought: Intelligence in the coming age of Cyberwar’, Intelligence and National Security, 18, 4 (2003), pp.141-154.
· Dupont, Alan, ‘Intelligence for the Twenty-First Century’, Intelligence and National Security, 18, 4 (2003), pp.15-39.
· Ferris, John, ‘Netcentric Warfare, C4ISR and Information Operations: Towards a Revolution in Military Intelligence’, Intelligence and National Security, 19, 2 (2004), pp.199-225.
· Gormley, Dennis, ‘The Limits of Intelligence: Iraq’s Lessons’, Survival, 46, 3 (2004), pp.7-28.
· Hart, Douglas and Steven Simon, ‘Thinking straight and talking straight: Problems of Intelligence Analysis’, Survival, 48, 1 (2006), pp.35-60.
· Hastedt, Glenn, ‘Public Intelligence: Leaks as Policy Instruments – The Case of the Iraq War’, Intelligence and National Security, 20, 3 (2005), pp.419-439.
· Hedley, Hollister John, ‘Learning from Intelligence Failures’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 18, 3 (2005), pp.435-450.
· Herman, Michael, Intelligence Services in the Information Age (London: Frank Cass, 2001).
· Hulnick, Arthur, ‘US Intelligence Reform: Problems and Prospects’, International Journal of Intelligence & Counterintelligence, 19, 2 (2006), pp.302-315.
· Johnson, Loch, Secret Agencies U.S Intelligence in a Hostile World (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1996).
· Muller-Willie, Bjorn, ‘EU Intelligence Cooperation. A Critical Analysis’, Contemporary Security Policy, 23, 2 (August 2002), pp.61-86.
· Muller-Willie, Bjorn, For our eyes only? Shaping an Intelligence Community within the EU, Occasional Paper no. 50 (Paris: The European Institute for Security Studies, January 2004).
· Posner, Richard, Remaking Domestic Intelligence (Hoover Institution Press, 2005).
· Scott, Len and Peter Jackson (eds), Understanding Intelligence in the Twenty-first Century (London: Routledge, 2004).
· Shpiro, Shlomo, ‘The Media strategies of Intelligence Services’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 14, 4 (2001), pp.485-502.
· Staar, Richard F, and C. A. Tacosa, ‘Russian’s Security Service’, Mediterranean Quarterly 15, 1 (Winter 2004), pp.39-57.
· Steele, Robert, ‘Information Peacekeeping and the future of Intelligence’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 17, 2 (2004), pp.265-285.
· Steele, Robert, ‘Intelligence Affairs: Evolution, Revolution or Reactionary Collapse?’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 19, 1 (2006), pp.187-189.
· Steele, Robert, New craft of Intelligence: Achieving asymmetrical advantage in the face of non-traditional threats (Carlisle PA: Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College, February 2002).
· Taylor, Stan and David Goldman, ‘Intelligence Reform: Will more agencies, money and personnel help?’, Intelligence & National Security, 19, 3 (2004), pp.416-435.
· Teitelbaum, Lorne, The Impact of the Information Revolution on Policymaker’s Use of Intelligence Analysis (Santa Monica CA: RAND, 2005).
· Tenet, George, ‘The CIA and the security challenges of the new century’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 13, 2 (2000), pp.133-143.
· Treverton, Gregory, Reshaping National Intelligence in an Age of Information (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001).
· Turner, Michael, ‘A distinctive US Intelligence identity’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 17, 1 (2004), pp.42-61.
· Weller, Geoffrey, ‘The internal Modernization of Western Intelligence Service’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 14, 3 (2001), pp.299-322.
· Wettering, Frederick, ‘The Internet and the Spy Business’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 14, 3 (2001), pp.342-365.

Open Source Intelligence
· Friedman, Richard, ‘Open Source Intelligence’, Parameters, 28, 2 (1998), pp.159-165.
· Gibson, Stevyn, ‘Open Source Intelligence. An Intelligence Lifeline’, RUSI Journal (February 2004), pp.16-22.
· Hulnick, Arthur, ‘The Downside of Open Source Intelligence’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 15, 4 (2002), pp.565-579.
· Mercado, Stephen, ‘Re-examining the Distinction Between Open Information and Secrets’, CIA Studies in Intelligence, 49, 2 (2005).
· Mercado, Stephen, ‘Sailing the Sea of OSINT in the Information Age’, CIA Studies in Intelligence, 48, 3 (2004).
· Rathmell, Andrew and Valeri, Lorenzo, ‘Implementing Open Source Intelligence’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, 9 (November 1997), pp.523-527.
· Steele, Robert, ‘Open Source Intelligence: What Is It? Why Is It Important to the Military?’, American Intelligence Journal 17, 1 & 2, (1996), pp.35-41.
· Steele, Robert, On Intelligence. Spies and Secrecy in an Open World (Fairfax Virginia: AFCEA International Press, 2000).

Economic Espionage
· Bellochi, Luke, ‘Assessing the effectiveness of the Economic Espionage Act of 1996’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 14, 3 (2001), pp.366-387.
· Evans, J.C., ‘U.S. Business Competitiveness and the Intelligence Community’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 7, 3 (1995).
· Fialka, John, ‘Stealing the Spark: Why Economic Espionage Works in America’, The Washington Quarterly, 19, 4 (Autumn 1996).
· Fialka, John, War by Other Means: Economic Espionage in America (W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1997).
· Fink, Steven, Sticky Fingers: Managing the Global Risk of Economic Espionage (Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2002).
· Galvan, Robert, ‘The Role of American Intelligence in The Global Economy: Business and Industrial Spying I’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 8, 3 (1995).
· Hastedt, Glenn, ‘Seeking Economic Security through Intelligence’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 11, 4 (Winter 1998-1999).
· Hitz, Frederick, ‘The Future of American Espionage’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 13, 1 (2000), pp.1-20.
· Loundy, David, Computer Crime, Information Warfare, and Economic Espionage (Carolina Academic Press, 2003).
· Nasheri, Hedieh, Economic Espionage and Industrial Spying (Cambridge University Press, 2005).
· Porteous, Samuel, ‘Economic Espionage: Issues arising from Increased Government Involvement with the Private Sector’, Intelligence and National Security, 9, 4 (1994).
· Porteous, Samuel, ‘Economic/Commercial Interests and the World’s Intelligence Services: A Canadian Perspective’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 8, 3 (1995).
· Porteous, Samuel, ‘Looking Out for Economic Interests: An Increased Role for Intelligence’, The Washington Quarterly, 19, 4 (Autumn 1996).
· Potter, Evan (ed.), Economic Intelligence & National Security (Carleton University Press, 1998).
· Rustmann, F.W. Jr, CIA, INC.: Espionage and the Craft of Business Intelligence (Brassey’s, Inc., 2002).
· Schweizer, Peter, ‘The Growth of Economic Espionage: America Is Target Number One’, Foreign Affairs, 75, 1 (Jan. / Feb. 1996).
· Schweizer, Peter, Friendly Spies: How America’s Allies Are Using Economic Espionage To Steal Our Secrets, (New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993).
· Trim, Peter, ‘The Company-Intelligence interface and National Security’ International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 13, 2 (2000), pp.204-214.
· Valero, Larry, ‘The Role of American Intelligence in The Global Economy: Business and Industrial Spying II’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 8, 3 (1995).
· Warner, W.T., ‘International Technology Transfer and Economic Espionage’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 7, 2 (1994).
· Whitney, E. Merrill and Gaisford D. James, ‘Why Spy? An Inquiry into the Rationale for Economic Espionage’, International Economic Journal, 13, 2 (Summer 1999).

Intelligence & Terrorism
· Berkowitz, Bruce, ‘Intelligence and the War on Terrorism’, Orbis, (Spring 2002), pp.289-300.
· Falkenrath, Richard, ‘The 9/11 Commission Report. A Review Essay’, International Security, 29, 3 (2004/05), pp.170-190.
· Goodman, Melvin, ‘9/11: The Failure of Strategic Intelligence’, Intelligence and National Security, 18, 4 (2003), pp.59-71.
· Herman, Michael, ‘11th September: Legitimizing Intelligence?’, International Relations, 16, 2 (2002), pp.227-241.
· Herman, Michael, ‘Counter-Terrorism, Information Technology and Intelligence Change’, Intelligence and National Security, 18, 4 (2003), pp.40-58.
· Nomikos, John, ‘A European Union Intelligence Service for confronting Terrorism’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 18, 2 (2005), pp.191-203.
· Rudner, Martin, ‘Hunters and Gatherers: The Intelligence Coalition against Islamic Terrorism’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 17, 2 (2004), pp.193-230.
· Rudner, Martin, ‘Using Financial Intelligence against the Funding of Terrorism’, International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 19, 1 (2006), pp.32-58.
· Treverton, Gregory, ‘Terrorism, Intelligence and Law Enforcement: Learning the right lessons’, Intelligence and National Security, 18, 4 (Winter 2003), pp.121-140.

Intelligence Related Websites

Brunel Center for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS)
Department of Homeland Security
Defense Intelligence Agency
Federation of American Scientists
Government Communications Headquarters
United States Intelligence Community
http://www.intelligence.gov/

MI 5
National Security Agency
http://www.nsa.gov

Central Intelligence Agency
http://www.odci.gov

CSI – Center for the Study of Intelligence
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